Apollo G2J, designed by Fortmarei, is an Apollo Future Mobility Group’s drivable engineering prototype following two years of development on its journey toward a new electric sportscar.

It is developed to perform advanced testing to refine and validate the key powertrain, connectivity and wider digital ecosystem technologies that will underpin AFMG’s future electric sports car products. The Research and Development process for G2J and all future Group EV sportscar products will be led from the company’s European R&D center in Germany and uses the GLM EV platform. To fulfil its long-term commitment to building cars using the most advanced lightweight composite materials. The development program, therefore, incorporates advanced testing in carbon fiber construction, hinting at the future engineering direction for AFMG electric products.


The character lines that make up the exterior of the G2J are logically placed only around the air intakes. The surface movement created between those lines expresses the dramatic Apollo worldview more organically. As a technology showcase designed for a variety of technical tests, the design is expressed in a way that maintains a balance between cutting-edge engineering and exciting design. The placement of shut lines was also an important element in the surface composition, and we designed it while avoiding abruptly breaking up the flow of the surfaces. We used these prominent lines to consider the movement of the surfaces and put them together as a design that is only possible because of the shut lines. In particular, we incorporated ingenuity so that when the flip-up doors open, the dramatic and beautiful door shapes stand out in contrast to the simplicity of the body.


The interior design also takes as its starting point a design language that combines curvaceousness and high technology. Our goal was to design functional components such as the steering wheel, displays, air conditioning vents and switches in a geometric design, while giving dramatic movement to the large surfaces that connect them. Even the seemingly unique shape of the dashboard is composed of surfaces that connect the minimum necessary high-tech elements in a pure way, without changing the direction of the flow of surfaces or placing unnecessary character lines. The dashboard and armrests are placed as if floating on a simply designed carbon bathtub, contributing to the expression of lightness typical of a high-performance car. In the color material design, craftsmanship-inspired details are interspersed among the high-tech materials to create a futuristic interior space that pays homage to the history of the automobile.